Strawberry Ice poles with the Thermomix

Strawberry Ice blocks with the Thermomix
Strawberries what a passion! And when the first warm days begin to arrive, you really want a nice popsicle. So why not prepare strawberry ice poles with the Thermomix? They are just a delight ...

They are called icy poles, ice blocks, sweets/toffees lollies in Australia (it depends from the different areas), ice lolly in the UK, ice blocks in New Zeland, Popsicles in Canada, Steckerleis (Ice on a stick) in Bavaria (Germany). Thanks to all the friends on the Facebook page who showed me their names! it is not always easy for us Italians to understand the exact translation!

A 100% natural ice poles, only fruit and sugar. It is a healthy snack for you and your children. It's great for you because you eat fruit, but you feel like you're eating ice cream :-)). Your children, if they are like mine, will enjoy eating from the popsicle stick and you rest assured because you only gave them fruit.

Of course, there is a disadvantage. My daughters, eating the ice poles, dripped on T-shirts (bibs were useless), chairs, table, floor. The mouth was all muddy. In short, they had a lot of fun!

I have given these doses and these proportions because I have adjusted with my containers for ice poles. Without advertising, I use those of Ikea... You obviously have to calculate based on your molds. If you have a bit of liquid left over, you can put it in the ice containers and make nice ice lollies to put in drinks and cocktails. I do it often.

These strawberry ice poles allow you to eat with taste without milk and without eggs. Useful for those with intolerance problems, right?


- 50 g sugar
- 20 g vanilla sugar
- 270 g strawberries
- 1/2 lemon juice

Let's cook!

Put the popsicle containers in the freezer for 10 Min.

Put 50 g sugar in the mixing bowl and mix 10 Sec. Speed 10.

Add 20 g vanilla sugar, 270 strawberries and the juice of 1/2 lemon and mix 30 Sec. Speed 7.

Pour into the popsicles containers and put in the freezer for at least 30 Min.


The amount of ice poles you can get depends on the size of the molds.

If you like, you can use muscovado or cane sugar.

Translated from the Italian recipe Ghiaccioli alla Fragola col Bimby Copyright: Strawberry Ice blocks with the Thermomix from Thermomix Recipes
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